How You Influence Others Shows Them How You Think

This fall, in a Forbes article, I introduced the idea of iceberg thinking versus pyramid thinking as a way to help leaders focus on how to use open-minded thinking to reduce stress.

Iceberg thinkers lean into their neurotic tendencies, acting out of distress. They are highly concerned about the perceptions of others and often act out of fear, shame or dysregulation as a result.

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Jarret Jackson

Jarret Jackson

I write about strategy, adaptive leadership and managerial psychology.